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Graffiti are ephemeral. But that doesn't mean our
memories of it should be.
The graffiti documentation app seeks to address this, by
allowing us to rewind time to when a graffiti existed.
When you take a photo of a graffiti, the photo is sent to a
database, it must have a GPS location as
orientation of camera.
When you go past a location with graffiti, you can be
alerted to a new graffiti you have missed so you can view
it in person. If it has been washed away, you can switch to
VR mode to overlay the last photo taken of it. It will use
visual processing to overlay the photo onto the surface of
the wall. (Or at the very least, a static photo on top of the
camera stream so you can move yourself physically to the
original location of the shot)
Comments can be made on it, with upvotes and
||With very few exceptions, I'd prefer it if the app
showed me the building before it was vandalized.
||how the hell did grafitti end up spelled like that ?
||Probably by a graphiti "artist".
||Ever wonder if Mother Nature feels the same way about our buildings as we do about grafitti?